Homemade moisturizing face creams


Hydration of the face is very important when it comes to skin health. Moisturized skin retains its elasticity, is softer and naturally much shiny. So if you want to maintain a velvety facial skin, then good hydration is one of the best solutions. One of the ways to moisturize the face is moisturizing creams. Moisturizing creams are a type of cosmetics that are one of the most widespread cosmetic products. There are many different moisturizing creams available. From quite cheap to very expensive. Unfortunately, very cheap commercially available moisturizers are very unlikely to have the expected results. On the other hand, in order to get a good hydration, you need to spend a fortune to buy quality moisturizing face creams. Fortunately for this problem there is a solution. So what you can do is make your own homemade moisturizing face creams from completely natural materials. This will save costs and your skin will be free of various chemicals found in commercial creams such as preservatives and stabilizers. The blog Homemade Creams presents 3 great recipes to make homemade face moisturizers on your own.

Homemade moisturizing cream with egg and lemon
General information:
Egg is a food containing high biological value proteins. In addition to protein, the egg also contains carbohydrates, fat and of course plenty of water. It also contains phosphorus, sulfur, iron, calcium but also some vitamins such as vitamins A, B2, B12 and D. On the other hand lemon (known for its whitening properties) is rich in vitamin C. Lemon juice can tighten skin pores while at the same time making it softer. Below you can see how to make this homemade moisturizer which is not actually a cream but a lotion. This is a very easy and quick recipe.
This cream is suitable for dry face. Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon of natural lemon juice
  • 1 egg

Method of preparation:

  • In a bowl pour the olive oil, lemon juice and egg.
  • Stir until the mixture is homogeneous.
  • Apply to your face and let it act for a few minutes.
  • Rinse with lukewarm water and wipe your face with a towel without rubbing it.

Homemade moisturizing cream with yogurt and citrus
General information:
This homemade facial moisturizer contains yogurt, orange and lemon. Yogurt has a very high nutritional value. It contains proteins, carbohydrates, sugars, fats, vitamin A, vitamin B2 and calcium. On the other hand orange is a vitamin C rich fruit and has a wonderful aroma. It also contains Vitamin A, Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium and various sugars. Regarding the beneficial properties of lemon and its ingredients, we mentioned above in the previous moisturizing face cream. This recipe is another very easy and quick to make. This cream is suitable for normal face skin.

  • 1 mug of yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon of orange juice
  • 1 teaspoon of lemon juice

Method of preparation:

  • Fill 1 mug with yogurt (about 3/4 of a mug).
  • Add the orange juice and lemon juice.
  • Stir well until the mixture is uniform.
  • Apply to your face and let it act for a few minutes.

Rinse with lukewarm water and wipe gently with a towel.
Homemade moisturizing cream with apple and honey
General information:
The apple contains many vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber. It also contains malic acid, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, folic acid and biotin. Its nutrients make the apple an excellent material for many home-made cosmetics. Among these are moisturizing face creams. On the other hand, honey, which overwhelmingly contains fructose and glucose (about 75% -80%) is an excellent material to use in many homemade moisturizers. This recipe (like the previous ones) is very easy and fast and is suitable for oily skin.

  • 1 apple
  • 1/2 teaspoon of honey

Method of preparation:

  • In a mixer mash an apple.
  • Then add the honey and mix.
  • Spread on your face and wait a few minutes for the apple and honey ingredients to work.
  • Rinse with cool to cold water.
  • Gently wipe with a towel.

Face moisturizing tips

  • Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day to achieve good skin hydration from the inside out.
  • Never apply a moisturizing face cream to a dirty face. rinse with a little water before applying.
  • Use face sunscreen. The sun's radiation when strong can cause skin to dehydrate.
  • Limit alcohol. Alcohol is known to cause dehydration.